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Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1967 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1965. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 22:66-71. (ix-1967)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1966. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 23:86-90, figs. 94-103. (i-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1967. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 24:81-86, figs. 118-128. (ix-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1969 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1968. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 25:87-91, figs. 81-88. (xi-1969)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1970 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1969. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 26:107-111, figs. 153-162. (xii-1970)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1972 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1970. In: Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 27:67-71, figs. 100-111. (i-1972)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1974 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1972. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 29:44-49, figs. 57-68. (i-1974)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1976 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1974. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 31:60-64, figs. 69-80. (v-1976)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1977 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1975. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 32:56-60, figs. 54-63. (iv-1977)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1978 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1976. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 33:56-61, figs. 49-60.
 
Robinson, G.A. 1979 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1977. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 34:94-100, figs. 122-123. (iv-1979)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Budd 1980 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1978. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 35:113-117, figs. 153-164. (v-1980)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1981 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1979. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 36:90-94, figs. 143-154. (ix-1981)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1983 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: Plankton around the British Isles in 1980. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 37:109-113, figs. 138-149. (i-1983)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1984 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1981. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 38:73-77, figs. 98-109. (vi-1984)
 
Robinson, G.A. & H.G. Hunt 1985 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1982. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 39:70-75, figs. 79-88. (v-1985)
 
Robinson, G.A. & H.G. Hunt 1986 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1984. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 41:71-77.
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1970 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea during 1969. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 26:98-99, fig. 141. (xii-1970)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Budd 1980 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea in 1978. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 35:108, fig. 146. (v-1980)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1965 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1963. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 20:84-85, fig. 1. (ix-1965).
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1966 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1964. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 21:52-53, fig. 67. (xi-1966)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1967 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1965. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 22:59-60, fig. 75. (ix-1967).
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1966. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 23:84-85, fig. 93. (i-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1967. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 24:76-77, fig. 113. (ix-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1969 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1968. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 25:79-80, fig. 72. (xi-1969)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1972 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1970. In: Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 27:59-60, fig. 89. (i-1972)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1974 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1972. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 29:37-38, fig. 45. (i-1974)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1976 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1974. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 31:51-52, fig. 56. (v-1976)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1977 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1975. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 32:53-54, fig. 50. (iv-1977)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1978 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1976. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 33:53
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1981 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1979. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 36:86, fig. 135. (ix-1981)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1983 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1980. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 37:101, fig. 127. (i-1983)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1984 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1981. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 38:69-70, fig. 92. (vi-1984)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1985 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1982. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 39:69-70, fig. 78. (v-1985)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1986 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1983. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 40:63-64.
 
Robinson, G.A. & H.G. Hunt 1986 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1984. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 41:62-63.
 
Robinson, G.A. 1979 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in l977. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 34:90-91, fig. 117. (iv-1979)
 
Rae, K.M. 1950 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: Some broad changes in the plankton round the north of the British Isles in 1949. In: Northern North Sea. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 6:87-91, figs. 1-12.
 
Rae, K.M. 1953 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: The plankton around the north of the British Isles in 1952. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 9:113-117, figs. 14-24. (xii-1953)
 
Rae, K.M. 1954 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: The plankton around the north of the British Isles in l953. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 10:95-99, figs. 27-37. (xii-1954)
 
Rae, K.M. 1951 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: The plankton round the north of the British Isles in 1950. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 7:72-76, figs. 1-13. (xii-1951)
 
Rae, K.M. 1952 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: The plankton round the north of the British Isles in 1951. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 8:100-103, figs. 2-12.
 
Jossi, J.W., D.E. Smith & G.A. White 1984 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: the sampling program of the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 38:66-69, figs. 88-91, tabs. 19-21. (vi-1984)
 
Glover, R.S. 1962 The continuous plankton recorder. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 153: 8-15, figs. 1-7. (ix-1962).
 
Hardy, A.C. 1936 The continuous plankton recorder. With an appendix: A test of the validity of the continuous plankton recorder method by A.C. Hardy & Nora Ennis. Discovery Reports
Volume: 11:457-510, figs. 1-31, pls. 1-5. (xii-1936)
 
Robertson, A. 1968 The continuous plankton recorder: a method for studying the biomass of calanoid copepods. Bulletin of Marine Ecology
Volume: 6:185-223, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-12. (x-1968)
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Jones, L.T. 1966 The continuous plankton recorder: pattern of distribution in the North-West Atlantic. Reports of the Challenger Society
Volume: 3(18):34-35.
 
Batten, S.D. & P.H. Burkill 2010 The Continuous Plankton Recorder: towards a global perspective. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 32(12):1619-1621.
 
Hendler, G. & M. Dojiri 2009 The contrariwise life of a parasitic, pedomorphic copepod with a non-feeding adult: ontogenesis, ecology, and evolution. Invertebrate Biology
Volume: 128(1):65-82.
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Costa, R.R. & K.W. Cummins 1972 The contribution of Leptodora and other zooplankton to the diet of various fish. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 87(2):559-564, fig. 1, tabs. 1-3. (iv-1972)
 
Vargo, G.A. 1979 The contribution of ammonia excreted by zooplankton to phytoplankton production in Narragansett Bay. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 1(1):75-84, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3. (iv-1979)
 
Schwamborn, R., W. Ekau, A.P. Silva, T.A. Silva & U. Saint Paul 1999 The contribution of estuarine decapod larvae to marine zooplankton communities in North-East Brazil. Archive of Fishery and Marine Research
Volume: 47(2-3):167-182.
 
Gallager, S.M., H. Yamazaki & C.S. Davis 2004 The contribution of fine-scale vertical structure and swimming behavior to the formation of plankton layers on Georges Bank. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 267:27-43.
 
Meyer, J.L., D.L. Strayer, J.B. Wallace, S.L. Eggert, G.S. Helfman & N.E. Leonard 2007 The contribution of headwater streams to biodiversity in river networks. Journal of the American Water Resources Association
Volume: 43(1):86-103.
 
Danielopol, D.L. & K. Martens 1999 The contribution of Jan H. Stock to our knowledge on the origin and biodiversity of subterranean aquatic crustaceans. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 72(8):761-766. (xi.1999)
 
Batten, S.D., E.S. Fileman & E. Halvorsen 2001 The contribution of microzooplankton to the diet of mesozooplankton in an upwelling filament off the north west coast of Spain. Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 51(2-4):385-398.
 
Strake, S. 2002 The contribution of nonindigenous Cercopagis pengoi (Ostroumov) in the mesozooplankton community and its population structure in the Gulf of Riga. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Biology Ecology
Volume: 51 (2): 91-102.
 
Stead, T.K., J.M. Schmid-Araya & A.G. Hildrew 2004 The contribution of subsurface invertebrates to benthic density and biomass in a gravel stream. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 160(2):171-191.
 
Pinto-Coelho, R.M. & M.B. Greco 1999 The contribution of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and zooplankton to the internal cycling of phosphorus in the eutrophic Pampulha Reservoir. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 411:115-127.
 
Wyngaard, G.A. 2000 The contributions of Ulrich K. Einsle to the taxonomy of the Copepoda. In: Alekseev, V.R., G.A. Wyngaard & F.D. Ferrari (eds.). Advances in Copepod Taxonomy: A Tribute to Ulrich Einsle. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Hague. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 417(1-3):1-10. (1.i.2000)
Wilson: paper
Wadsworth, S.L. 1998 The control of Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda: Caligidae) (Kroyer, 1837) on Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L. production sites. PhD Thesis, Dept. of Zoology, Univ. of Aberdeen., Aberdeen, Scotland.
No Volume Data Available
 
Fleming, R.H. 1939 The control of diatom populations by grazing. Journal du Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer
Volume: 14:210-227, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-3. (viii-1939)
 
Maps, F., S. Plourde & B. Zakardjian 2010 The control of dormancy by lipid metabolism in Calanus finmarchicus: a population model test. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 403:165-180.
 
Loeb, J. 1904 The control of heliotropic reactions in freshwater crustaceans by chemicals, especially CO2 (a preliminary communication). University of California Publications in Physiology
Volume: 2:1-3. (xi.1904)
 
Olafsson, E. 1989 The control of meiobenthic community structure by macrofauna in a subtidal muddy habitat. Ph.D. Thesis, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K.
No Volume Data Available
 
Zinevici, V. & L. Parpală 2001 The conversion paths of zooplankton production in Danube Delta lacustrian ecosystems. Proceedings of the Institute of Biology, Bucharest
Volume: 4:197-208.
 
Markowski, S. 1959 The cooling water of power stations: a new factor in the environment of marine and freshwater invertebrates. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 28:243-258, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-6.
 
Suárez-Morales, E., B. Morales-Vela, J. Padilla-Saldívar & M. Silva-Briano 2010 The copepod Balaenophilus manatorum (Ortíz, Lalana and Torres, 1992) (Harpacticoida), an epibiont of the Caribbean manatee. Journal of Natural History
Volume: 44(13-14):847-859.
 
Leandro, L.F., G.J. Teegarden, P.B. Roth, Z.H. Wang & G.J. Doucette 2010 The copepod Calanus finmarchicus: A potential vector for trophic transfer of the marine algal biotoxin, domoic acid. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 382(2):88-95.
 
Nagasawa, S. 1987 The copepod Centropages abdominalis as a carrier of the stalked ciliate Zoothamnium. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :51. (Abstract.)
Wilson: paper
Nagasawa, S. 1988 The copepod Centropages abdominalis as a carrier of the stalked ciliate Zoothamnium. In: Boxshall, G.A. & H.K. Schminke (eds.). Biology of Copepods. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Copepoda. Dev. Hydrobiol., Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London.
Volume: 47 (= Hydrobiologia, 167-168):255-258, figs. 1-2.
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Johnson, M.W. 1957 The copepod Choniosphaera cancrorum parasitizing a new host, the green crab Carcinides maenas. Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 43(4):470-473, figs. 1-7. (viii-1957)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, M.W. 1953 The copepod Cyclops dimorphus Kiefer from the Salton Sea. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 49(1):188-192, figs. 1-18. (i-1953)
Wilson: paper
O'Reilly, M.G. 2000 The copepod Hemicyclops aberdonensis (Poecilostomatoida: Clausidiidae) and its suspected host the burrowing shrimp Calocaris macandreae in the Firth of Clyde. Glasgow Naturalist
Volume: 23(5):45-47.
Wilson: paper
Bradford-Grieve, J.M. 1999 The copepod Neocalanus tonsus in the pelagic Southern Hemisphere ecosystem. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
Volume: :68. (Abstract; 25.vii.1999)
 
Reversat, G., N. Garcia & B. Dussart 1992 The copepod Paracyclops affinis as a predator of plant parasitic nematodes. Fundamental and Applied Limnology
Volume: 15(2):183-185.
Wilson: paper
Fryer, G. 1981 The copepod Salmincola edwardsii as a parasite of Salvelinus alpinus in Britain, and a consideration of the so-called relict fauna of Ennerdale Water. Journal of Zoology, London
Volume: 193(2):253-268, figs. 1-14, tab. 1. (2-ii-1981)
 
Berland, B. 1970 The copepod Sarcotaces arcticus Collett, 1874 in the blue ling. Norwegian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 3:103-104.
 
Gaevskaya, A.V. 1985 The copepod Sphyrion lumpi (Kroyer) as a biological indicator in population investigations on the deepwater redfish. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland, Aberdeen.
Volume: 11 pp. [Translated from: Nutrition and differentiation of marine commercial fish and invertebrates. Atlant. NIRO, Kaliningrad, pp. 90-99.]
 
Raisuddin, S., K.W.H. Kwok, K.M.Y. Leung, D. Schlenk & J.S. Lee 2007 The copepod Tigriopus: A promising marine model organism for ecotoxicology and environmental genomics. Aquatic Toxicology
Volume: 83(3):161-173.
 
Dias, C. de O. & S.L.C. Bonecker 2009 The copepod assemblage (Copepoda: Crustacea) on the inner continental shelf adjacent to Camamu Bay, northeast Brazil. Zoologia, Curitiba
Volume: 26(4):629-640.
 
Williamson, M. & J.A. McGowan 2010 The copepod communities of the north and south Pacific central gyres and the form of species-abundance distributions. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 32(3):273-283.
 
Reid, J.W. 2002 The copepod crustacean fauna of Great Smoky Mountains National Park: preliminary studies. Southeastern Biology, association of the Southeastern Biologists
Volume: 49:262. (abstract)
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Wilson, C.B. 1932 The copepod crustaceans of Chesapeake Bay. Proceedings of the United States National Museum
Volume: 80(15)(2915):1-54, pls. 1-5. (31-iii-1932)
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Kelly, G.F. & A.M. Barker 1965 The copepod ectoparasite Sphyrion lumpi (Kroyer) in relation to redfish Sebastes marinus (L.) in the Gulf of Main. Special Publications of the International Commission on Northwest Atlantic Fisheries (ICNAF Environmental symposium)
Volume: 6:481-500, figs. 1-18, tabs. 1-4.
 
Reddiah, K. 1964 The copepod fauna of Assam (India), 1. Neodiaptomus kamakhiae n. sp. from the Kamrap District. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 7(3):161-166, fig. 1. (7-ix-1964)
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Reddiah, K. 1964 The copepod fauna of Assam (India), 2. Description of Tropodiaptomus lakhimpurensis n. sp. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 7(4):254-258, fig. 1. (4-xi-1964)
Wilson: paper
Reddiah, K. 1965 The copepod fauna of Assam (India), 3. Two new Arctodiaptomus species from Khasi and Jaintia Hills. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 8(1):25-30, figs. 1-2.
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Reddiah, K. 1965 The copepod fauna of Assam (India), 4. The last copepodid instars in three diaptomid genera. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 8(2):174-180, figs. 1-2. (29-iii-1965)
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Othman, B.H.R., J.G. Greenwood & P.C. Rothlisberg 1990 The copepod fauna of the Gulf of Carpentaria, and its Indo-West Pacific affinities. In: Proceedings of the Snellius-II Symposium. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research
Volume: 25(4):561-572, figs. 1-2, tab. 1.
 
O'Riordan, C.E. 1966 The copepod fauna of the inshore plankton of Dalkey, Co. Dublin. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: (B)64(19):355-370, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (iii.1966)
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Wright, N.E. 1925 The copepod food cycle. Manuscript Reports of the Biological Research Board of Canada, Biology
Volume: 87:1-33.
 
Bowman, T.E. 1961 The copepod genus Acartia in Chesapeake Bay. Chesapeake Science
Volume: 2:206-207. (ix/xii-1961)
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Wilson, M.S. 1958 The copepod genus Halicyclops in North America, with description of a new species from Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, and the Texas coast. Tulane Studies in Zoology
Volume: 6(4):176-189, figs. 1-20. (31-xii-1958).
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Humes, A.G. 1995 The copepod genus Herrmannella (Poecilostomatoida) associated with marine bivalve mollusks at Kodiak Island, Alaska. Pacific Science
Volume: 49(3):289-295.
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Lakkis, S. & R. Zeidane 1987 The copepod genus Oncaea (Cyclopoida) from Lebanese waters: taxonomic and ecological observations. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :unpaginated supplement. (Abstract.)
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Malt, S.J., S. Lakkis & R. Ziedane 1989 The copepod genus Oncaea (Poecilostomatoidea) from the Lebanon: taxonomic and ecological observations. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 11(5):949-969.
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Malt, S.J. 1991 The copepod inhabitants of sponges and algae from Hong Kong. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology
Volume: 57(2):167-183.
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Todd, C.D. 2007 The copepod parasite (Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer), Caligus elongatus Nordmann) interactions between wild and farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) and wild sea trout (Salmo trutta L.): a mini-review. In: Souissi, S., M.N. Daly Yahia & J.-S. Hwang (eds.). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Copepoda, Hammamet, Tunisia, 11-15 July 2005. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 29(Suppl. 1):61-71.
 
Boualleg, C., H. Ferhati, N. Kaouachi, M. Bensouilah & S. Ternengo 2010 The Copepod parasite of the gills of four teleost fishes caught from the gulf of Annaba (Algeria). African Journal of Microbiology Research
Volume: 4(9):801-807.
 
Scott, A. 1929 The copepod parasites of Irish Sea fishes. Proceedings and Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society
Volume: 43:81-119, pls. 1-3.
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Wilson, C.B. 1919 The copepod parasites. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science
Volume: 1918:230-231.
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Pearre, S., Jr. 1980 The copepod width-weight relation and its utility in food chain research. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 58(10):1884-1891, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-5. (x-1980)
 
Gardner, T. 2001 The copepod/ Artemia tradeoff in the captive culture of Hippocampus erectus, a vulnerable species in Lower New York State. In: Cato, J.C. & C.L. Brown (eds.). Marine ornamental species: collection, culture and conservation. Conference proceedings, Orlando, Florida, November 2001. 395 pp.
Volume: :297-303
 
Tidmarsh, W.G. 1973 The Copepoda (Calanoida, Cyclopoida) of northern Baffin Bay and southern Nares Strait: their distribution and aspects of their biology. M.Sc. Thesis, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
No Volume Data Available
 
Güher, H. & T. Kirgiz 2004 The Copepoda (Crustacea) freshwater fauna of Turkish Thrace region (Edirne, Kirklareli, Tekirdag). Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences
Volume: 7(5):834-837.
 
Reid, J.W. & I.H. Moreno 1990 The Copepoda (Crustacea) of the southern Pantanal, Brazil. Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia
Volume: 3:721-739.
Wilson: paper
Toklu, B. & E. Sarihan 2003 The Copepoda and Cladocera (Crustacea) fauna along the Yumurtalik Botas coastline in Iskenderun Bay. Su Urunleri Dergisi
Volume: 20(1 2):63-68.
 
Cowell, B.C. 1967 The Copepoda and Cladocera of a Missouri River reservoir; a comparison of sampling in the reservoir and the discharge. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 12:125-136, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-4. (i-1967)
 
Silva-Briano, M. & E. Suárez-Morales 1998 The Copepoda Calanoida (Crustacea) of Aguascalientes State, Mexico. Scientiae Naturae
Volume: 1:37-69.
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Por, F.D. 1979 The Copepoda of Di Zahav pool (Gulf of Elat, Red Sea). Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 37(1):13-30, figs. 1-58, figs. 59-66 on pls. 1-4. (2-x-1979)
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Leigh-Sharpe, W.H. 1934 The Copepoda of the Siboga Expedition. Part II. Commensal and parasitic Copepoda. Siboga Expeditie, Monograph, Leiden
Volume: 29b (= Livr. 123): i-vii, 1-43, figs. 1-39.
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Shen, C.J. & A.Y. Tai 1962 The Copepoda of the Wu-Li Lake, Wu-Sih, Kiangsu Province. I. Calanoida. Acta Zoologica Sinica
Volume: 14(1):99-118, figs. 1-34. (iii-1962, Chinese with English summary).
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Shen, C.J. & A.Y. Tai 1962 The Copepoda of the Wu-Li Lake, Wu-Sih, Kiangsu Province. II. Cyclopoida. Acta Zoologica Sinica
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